学习啦【英语笑话】 韦彦时间：2016-09-14 11:24:31我要投稿
hen there was the preacher who decided to sell his horse. A prospective buyer was impressed with the animal, but the preacher said, " I must warn you-he only responds to 'church talk'. Go is 'Praise the Lord', and stop is 'Hallelujah"'.
"I've worked with horses all my life," said the buyer, "and I've never heard of anything like this." Mounting the horse, he said skeptically, " Praise the Lord." The horse began to trot. He repeated "Praise the Lord" and the horse broke into a gallop. Suddenly the buyer saw a cliff dead ahead. Frantic, he yelled "Hallelujah", and they came to a stop a foot from the edge.
Wiping the sweat from his brow, the buyer said, "Praise the Lord!"
地坑 The Hole in the Ground
There was once a farmer who lived near a road.It was not a busy road, but from time to time,cars passed the farm.
Near the farm gate, there was a large hole in the road.This hole was always full of water,and the drivers of the cars could not see how deep the hole was. They thought it was probablyshallow.Then when they drove into the hole, they could not drive out because it was so deep .
The farmer did not spend much time working on his farm. He spent most of it watching thehole.When a car drove into it, he pulled the car out with his tractor and charged the driver a lotof money for doing this.
One day, the driver of a car said to him, "You must make a lot of money pulling cars out ofthis hole night and day."
"Oh, no, " the farmer said." I don' t pull cars out of the hole at night. At night I fill the holewith water."
ne of my fellow midshipmen at the U. S. Naval Academy was performing poorly in class andreported to his company officer for counseling., "Your marks are deplorable!" the officerscolded. "Is there a problem-that has kept you from studies?"
"No, sir," the midshipman replied. "I have no idea what the problem is. I study the notes Itake, and I'm never late to class. I don't even talk in class, but for some reason my professorsdon't seem to like me.
The officer sat back and thought. Then he asked, "Do you get enough sleep?"
My classmate replied, "Sir, do you mean at night or in class?"